Alumni Admission Mentor Program (AAMP) | St. George's University

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Help Guide Tomorrow’s Doctors and Vets

The Alumni Admission Mentor Program (AAMP) was created to enhance the relationship and communication between the University community and our graduates. The program efficiently utilizes their volunteer services for various recruitment activities, from attending information session presentations to speaking with prospective students about attending St. George’s University.

Alumni promote, strengthen, and support our University community, and we are thankful that thousands of graduates have assisted in our efforts. Their contributions are valuable for those about to embark on a journey into the study of medicine, veterinary medicine, business, or any of the other 50-plus programs available at SGU.

There are several levels of participation in AAMP, with varying degrees of commitment.

St. George’s University events

SGU hosts information sessions and Face to Face sessions in major cities around the world. Grads can answer questions about the University, life at SGU, and their profession. In addition, alumni can make themselves available for our webinars, which are held regularly throughout the year.

For a complete list of events, visit the Information Sessions page.

Student interviews

St. George’s University welcomes AAMP members to assist with conducting interviews with prospective students. SGU holds more than 4,000 interviews each year, and graduates may conduct as few or as many interviews as their schedule permits. The University holds interactive sessions that present techniques that will help interviewers engage with applicants through asking them questions and sharing their own experiences at SGU. In addition, they can correspond through an online chat tool.

To learn more about how to get involved as a student interviewer, email AAMP@sgu.edu, or fill out the AAMP questionnaire.

Alumni Volunteer Directory

The Alumni Volunteer Directory (AVD) lists graduates by city, state, and specialty, providing a detailed landscape of where our graduates are practicing – in the US, Canada, and around the world. As part of the AVD, grads share their personal and educational experiences with aspiring physicians and veterinarians.

If you would like to be included in the AVD, please complete this brief form.

Our current School of Medicine or School of Veterinary Medicine Alumni Volunteer Directories are provided below.

School of Medicine Alumni Volunteer Directory (AVD)

School of Medicine Alumni Volunteer Directory (AVD)

School of Veterinary Medicine Alumni Volunteer Directory (AVD)

School of Veterinary Medicine Alumni Volunteer Directory (AVD)